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Becoming a master of persuasion
Becoming a master of persuasion
Becoming a master of persuasion
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Becoming a master of persuasion

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  • 1. Management skills<br />Becoming A Master of Persuasion<br />
  • 2. Persuasion power can help you get more of the things you want faster than anything else you do. It can mean the difference between success and failure<br /> It can guarantee your progress and enable you to use all of your other skills and abilities at the very highest level<br />Your persuasion power will earn you the support of others<br />Introduction<br />
  • 3. There are always two choices: <br />either you can persuade others to help you<br />or you can be persuaded to help them. It is one or the other<br />Most people are not aware that every human interaction involves a complex process of persuasion and influence <br />And being unaware, they are usually the ones being persuaded to help others rather than the ones who are doing the persuading<br />You Have Two Choices<br />
  • 4. The key to persuasion is motivation. <br />Every human action is motivated by something. Your job is to find out what motivates other people and then to provide that motivation.<br />People have two major motivations: <br />The desire for gain <br />The fear of loss<br />The desire for gain motivates people to want more of the things they value in life<br />They want more money, more success, more health, more influence, more respect, more love and more happiness<br />Human wants are limited only by individual imagination.<br /> No matter how much a person has, he or she still wants more and more <br />When you can show a person how he or she can get more of the things he or she wants by helping you achieve your goals, you can motivate them to act in your behalf<br />The Key to Persuasion<br />
  • 5. President Eisenhower once said that, "Persuasion is the art of getting people to do what you want them to do, and to like it" <br />You need always to be thinking about how you can get people to want to do the things that you need them to do to attain your objectives<br />A Presidential Insight<br />
  • 6. People are also motivated to act by the fear of loss <br />This fear, in all its various forms, is often stronger than the desire for gain <br />People fear financial loss, loss of health, anger or disapproval of others, loss of the love of someone and the loss of anything they have worked hard to accomplish<br />They fear change, risk and uncertainty because these threaten them with potential losses<br />The Fear of Loss<br />
  • 7. Whenever you can show a person that, by doing what you want them to do, they can avoid a loss of some kind, you can influence them to take a particular action<br />The very best appeals are those where you offer an opportunity to gain and an opportunity to avoid loss at the same time<br />Use Dual Motivation<br />
  • 8. Here are two things you can do immediately to put these ideas into action:<br />before trying to convince someone of something, take a little time to think and ask questions to find out what it is he really wants<br /> Then, motivate him to act by showing him how you can help him get it<br />Remember, people are motivated for their reasons, not yours<br />Action Exercises<br />

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